We are finally prepared for lift off. This is our 13th expedition aboard the Psychonautilus. It sure does take a lot of time to put these trips together and get this ship up and out of the loading dock of the hyperdimensional space port. It is my honor and great pleasure to have on board for this journey two incredible and wonderfully wise women . Victoria Pandora and Maren. It is really fantastic to have some good female energy guiding this expedition. These expeditions are a lot like paintings. I put a little paint on the canvas then step back and look at it for awhile. Once a picture starts to emerge I push the paint around and build the basic image. After the image starts to take shape there is a lot of work to refine and detail the image till it begins to reflect the vision. When I finally get it all to the stage where it's ready for take off, many test flights are needed to iron out all the glitches and the quirks. When it's all done and ready for actual take off it's an incredible relief and very exciting. This expedition took more work then usual for my ideas to crystallize and begin to create an image. I think, I was finally able to get it there. At some point you just have to stop working on it and let the ship fly. I've been poring my heart into this one so I hope you all can feel the love. Thank you
The second track is just a little radio play from one of the other COTP episodes.
The Psychonautilus is spotted in a rare sighting over the O'Hare Airport:
Reporter Emma Fields interviews Roy Sparks, the pilot of the Psychonautilus, in the Morphic Lounge at the Hoagland Hyper-dimensional Spaceport.